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Great Men of the Bible: Volume I

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322 pages
Published (first published November 1st 1981)
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Even though this book was first printed many years ago, F.B. Meyer lived from 1847 to 1929, it is not difficult to read. Meyer seemed to have a knack on writing on things that would be pertinent to the future as well as to the time he lived. Meyer does a very good job digging into the Scriptures and finding things that we miss when we read the Scriptures. He has a very good instinct on knowing what makes man the way he is even to the present time. For those who love to read the Scriptures, I sug ...more
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Frederick Brotherton Meyer
“Valuable as are the opportunities for Christian culture and service they will be disastrous if they rob us of the time that we should otherwise spend with God. Let the first moments of the day, when the heart is fresh, be given to God. Never see the face of man until you have seen the King. Dare to be alone often on the Mount.” 2 likes
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